The LSAT is the most significant part of the law school admissions process. It is unique among all of the major American standardized exams in that respect. Your SAT score carried far less weight when you applied for college, and if you were to apply to business school, your GMAT score would also be of far less importance. Furthermore, there is a strong correlation between the law school that you attend and your future career success, much more so than in other fields such as medicine or education.
All that is to say that your performance on the LSAT can have a significant impact on the future trajectory of your legal career. In particular, a top LSAT score can open doors for you that would be very difficult to open otherwise. (The LSAT Trainer: A Remarkable Self-Study Guide For The Self-Driven Student 2nd Edition; Mike Kim; Artisanal Publishing ; Introduction: Page 9)
Category: Law / Test Preps
Type: True PDF
Authors: Mike Kim
Release date:April 2, 2017